Driving under the influence
Police in Arlington are beginning a new effort to keep drunk drivers off of area roads after a number of deadly alcohol-related crashes this year.
Friends, neighbors and family gathered together at a memorial for Tavian Sabur, a 10-year-old who died Thursday after being hit by a suspected drunken driver.
Yet another wrong-way crash tied up traffic in Dallas early Friday morning, but the accident haunts the memories of a good Samaritan who helped there because it reminded him of a fatality accident he caused years ago.
An Arlington man who police have arrested for driving while intoxicated during a fatal wreck in Grand Prairie Friday may be in this country illegally, despite having two prior DWI convictions.
Major League Baseball and its players’ association are considering a formal plan for dealing with alcohol-related incidents in the next collective bargaining agreement.
Two Dallas police officers have been fired after one was found to have marijuana in her bloodstream after being arrested for driving while intoxicated and another officer came to work drunk.
A Dallas man is facing criminal charges for running over a woman with his monster truck in a strip club parking lot.
Justin resident Doyce Grant just can’t understand why Texas is one of 12 states that doesn’t allow for police to set up sobriety checkpoints.
A Garland police officer was seriously injured after a suspected drunken driver slammed into him while he stood outside his patrol car on the shoulder of George Bush Turnpike early Sunday morning.
A bill slated to be introduced to the Texas Legislature next year may crack down on drunken drivers, but some believe it will be at the cost of constitutional freedoms.
North Texas lawmakers plan to try again to introduce a sobriety checkpoints bill in the new legislative session.
As traffic rushed by Sunday, friends gathered on a Dallas street corner to pray and mourn the loss of 24-year-old Kina Williams and her 2 year old daughter Karmen, who were killed in a car accident Saturday.